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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • "Do Bears Eat Pancakes?" Book

    by T. G. Wetsel

    Four-year-old Georgie has a question about whether or not bears really do eat pancakes.Dad's at work and Mom's to busy to answer. So, he goes to his friends house, who also doesn't have answers. But, his friend suggests that he go to the park where their are bears and that he asks one of them. Upon his arrival to the playground he asks his friends if they've seen any bears and they have! Georgie approaches Mr. Bear and asks him the question everyone now wants to know the answe... more

  • Girl at Dawn

    by JJ Chen Henderson
    Will her first love survive the fatal secret that her mother, who has lied about her true heritage and identity, may be entangled with him? It took more than 20 years for Dr. JJ Chen Henderson to write this remarkable novel about a young Chinese woman falling in love with an American who is shockingly entangled with her mother, meanwhile discovering her shocking identity and heritage. Set in the dawning era of China’s awakening to the outside world, the novel unveils a disturbing and forbidden ... more
  • Courageous Gilbert the Groundhog

    by Regina E. McCarthy
  • W-A-T-ER

    by Ronald Fontenot
    My book is a colorful children's picture book about the importance of drinking water. In my book a little boy learns the steps to getting a cold refreshing glass of water and enjoying it for health purposes.
  • The Stories of Cody Bill: The Year Is _ and the Grape Adventures of the Nilly 9

    by D.W. Udell
    With over 50 tales and images, The Stories of Cody Bill honors past days of cheerful young, incessant dumb, and adventurous fun. Through sports dynasties and disasters, colorful teachers, psycho sergeants, twisted twins, DJ's and OG's, paranoid pirates, a wild Booger, and mailbox murderers, mad writer D.W. Udell recounts and concocts the starry cast, a mean rainbow stewed crew.
  • Flea Flea Shamboure by Kathy Grentzenberg, Illustrated by Jeremy Wells ISBN 978-1-7333-220-0-3

    by Kathy Grentzenberg

    Flea Flea Shamboure is part of a world famous flea circus act. She wanted to leave the family business. Her parents aren't thrilled but she ventures out anyway. (As she says, "a flea's got to do what a flea's got to do!)  She travels to Europe pondering what she wants to do with her life.  Returning to the US she decides to start up a theater group. Her first production, My Fair Flea is a huge success. The book takes you through the adventure of picking th... more

  • The Sum of All Things

    by Nicole Brooks
    Homeless and addicted, Wren wants to be alone. But the women chattering in her head insist that she must fulfill her destiny. She knows the ghosts are crazy to think that one small person can finally give voice to women, inciting lasting change in the patriarchy. She would prefer to continue using drugs to silence the voices. But an unwanted pregnancy complicates her plans. Alex has sacrificed having children to forward her career, but as she approaches fifty, she begins to feel that her exi... more
  • Cake

    by Nicole Brooks
    Would you give to someone who desperately needed it, that which you could live without? Keely is the epitome of a self-made woman, her ability to make the right choices her superpower. She doesn’t believe in looking back and has the drive, ambition, and financial means to create the exact life she wants to live—regardless of what her kids and her husband, Andrew, want or need. Michelle lives in stark contrast to Keely’s life. She believes she was doomed from the start with a heartbreaking, po... more
  • Beato Goes To Brazil

    by Sucheta Rawal
    Beato is a curious cat that explores different countries around the world. On this trip, he sets out on an adventure to Brazil, where he plays different sports, dances at Carnival, and encounters wild animals in the Amazon rainforest.
  • Love & War

    by Ellen Thiede
    Coming of age in 1930's Germany, Edmund Wolff is brought up to believe in his own greatness and that of his country. As the world edges closer to total war, he finds himself embroiled in the brutal conflict. Devastated by the horror of war and the behavior of his comrades, Edmund questions his deepest convictions. What is truth? Surrounded by an enemy she despises, Felicity Delvux takes on work as a housekeeper for a distant and bitter German officer. Thrown together in this strange way, Felic... more
  • Holiday Terror

    by Janelle Gresham


    Travelling alone was once safe, following the terrorist attacks and increase in drug trafficking, that changed FOREVER!

    My holiday of a lifetime became Holiday Terror!

    Was I too trustworthy?  Was I naive?  Was I selfish? Probably all of the above however I was not prepared to cancel my holiday due of the negativity of others and their wish to attempt to destroy our free lifestyle!

    My large family were afraid! Was I going to ... more

  • Banging the Monkey

    by Tod A.
    Writer Mark O'Kane is in a downward spiral. His last novel tanked. His wife left him. And his drinking is out of control. So when a chance meeting with enigmatic businessman Frank Fochs leads to a cushy job on the tropical island of Madu, it sounds like Mark's salvation: he can finally write his comeback novel and set his life on a brighter path. But when Frank disappears, Mark is left holding the bag for his boss's shady business dealings. And after a corpse washes up in the local lagoon, Mark... more
  • Catching the Last Tram

    by Susan Holt

    Beth's commute could lead to love - but something dark is on the tracks.

    After moving house, lonely librarian Beth meets Isaac – a handsome man with timeless manners – on her way to work. Sharing the same antiquated tram day after day, the pair become close and Beth suspects she’s falling in love.

    But Isaac has a secret that threatens their budding romance. Something dark and as magical as the tram that picks her up every morning and evening.

    Why does h... more


    by J.L. Canfield
    Relationships are like stories; there's always two sides. Janet is deeply in love with her husband and after several years of marriage is ready to start their family. Her husband Paul wishes he had thought beyond the wedding night. He believes life should not get dull and boring when you are young and successful. An accident exposes their differing views. Janet must decide what it means to forgive and how to even try to do that when your world has been shattered, your life upended and your faith... more
  • The John Rowe Show is Coming Out

    by robart steel
    Coming out? Want the world to know? Got to let it show? The John Rowe Show will be encouraging audiences to reveal their guilty pleasures . The Australian TV personality and his band are heading to the Edinburgh Fringe with a brand new stage version of his much-loved chat show. And at the heart of it all will be the audience and their secrets – all revealed to the tune of Donna Summer’s classic hit. John himself admits to having a powerful inne... more
  • Cat and Squirrel

    by Jamie R. Gandy
    Cat and Squirrel are not friends, in fact they may never be friends. They are mean and sneaky, and want nothing more than to make each other's lives miserable. Every morning Cat stares out of the window and staring back, is Squirrel. Cat wants to make a tasty meal out of the pesky, tricky Squirrel. Squirrel wants to play a marvelous trick on the sneaky, rotten Cat. No matter how hard Cat and Squirrel try to get at each other, it never really works out. Will Cat and Squirrel... more